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Compact case
Case
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Reference no. HKS1232.0
Published by: Harvard Kennedy School
Published in: 1993
Length: 4 pages
Topics: Case method

Abstract

This short essay by Kennedy School Case Program Director Howard Husock defends the thesis that case writing and case teaching reflects and sustains the values of democratic governance. Husock links international democratization to an upsurge in interest in the case method. He presents a list of democratic attributes which can be ascribed to the methodology of case research and classroom use.

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Abstract

This short essay by Kennedy School Case Program Director Howard Husock defends the thesis that case writing and case teaching reflects and sustains the values of democratic governance. Husock links international democratization to an upsurge in interest in the case method. He presents a list of democratic attributes which can be ascribed to the methodology of case research and classroom use.

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